Alldocube X is killer of Samsung Galaxy Tab S4?

Alldocube X is killer of Samsung Galaxy Tab S4?

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    Sailor John
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    as referring to the Alldocube website is that Alldocube is featuring 2K Samsung super AMOLED display, Hi-Fi, and Android 8.1.

    it is very thin and lightweight (6.9mm,500g)10.5-inch tablet with a Samsung AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2560 x1600.
    it powered by MT8176 six-core CPU, 4G LPDDR3 RAM, and 64G eMMC storage. It can smoothly play 4K high-quality movies, support 128G TF card expansion.

    Alldocube X uses AKM Hi-Fi sound chip to get an immersive experience when wearing headphones to watch movies. Fingerprint encryption can better protect your privacy. it has 8000mAH battery power with charger and Type C port.

    What do you think about it? Alldocube X will compete with Samsung Galaxy Tab S4?

    Chris G
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    Well, it uses the same screen, but the Tab S4 will have an SD835, much faster! And AKG speakers so better sound. But of course, will cost a lot more than the Alldocube X.

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    only 1 post this looks like Chuwi advert spam to me!

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    Tab S4 will have an LTE version (which will weigh 1 gram more, 483 grams vs. 482).   I need LTE, so for me, anything without LTE cannot “kill” the S4 with LTE.

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